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[audio]Majorie Perloff lecture, Allen Ginsberg and the poetics of everyday life, July, 1994. - Perloff, Marjorie
Marjorie Perloff lectures on Allen Ginsberg and the poetics of everyday life. Perloff traces the influence of Ludwig Wittgenstein's work on the arts of the 20th Century, and discusses Marianne Moore's reactions to Ginsberg's early work in relation to Wittgenstein's concern with the uses of language in everyday life.
Downloads: 574
[audio]Marathon Reading July 1989 - Waldman, Anne
This tape is of a Gertrude Stein Marathon reading. It is the second of two tapes that includes Naropa students and faculty performing poems and a play by Stein. Performed works include "Short Sentances," "History Slowly", "As a Wife Has a Cow: A Love Story," and Making of Americans."(89P099)
Downloads: 83
[audio]Margaret Randall Workshop part 1 July 1990 - Randall, Margaret
This is the third tape of a workshop with Margaret Randall. The students express their feelings and views regarding activism in Latin American countries. Margaret talks mainly about collective memory and the power of creation as writers. She mentions her time in Uruguay and Nicaraguan Sandanistas. Related tapes 90P063, 90P064, 90P066
Downloads: 175
[audio]Margaret Randall Workshop part 2 July 1990 - Randall, Margaret; Zamora, Daisy
Margaret Randall Workshop continued from 90P065 which discsusses the idea of separating the dichotomy in political action. She mentions Ruth Hubbard's "The Politics of Women's Biology" and how the environment is not a split cause, but a global one that adjoins to politics. Daisy Zamora then talks to the class about the ongoing struggle in Nicaragua under Violeta Chamorro and the Agency of International Development and the involvement of the United States.
Downloads: 194
[audio]Margaret Randall Workshop part 3 July 1990 - Randall, Margaret; Zamora, Daisy
This is the final segment of a Margaret Randall workshop. In this continuation from 90P063, 90P064, 90P065, and 90P066 Daisy Zamora is discussing the recent election in Nicaragua that elected Violeta Chamorro. She discusses the campaigning, the 17.5 million dollars given to the Chamorro campaign by the US and the promises, vote buying, economic embargo and deflated spirit of the Nicaraguan people that all played apart in the election process...
Downloads: 89
[audio]Meredith Monk performance, July, 1975. - Monk, Meredith
Meredith Monk, composer, singer, director, choreographer, performs Our Lady of Late. Monk's vocals are accompanied by wine glass and percussion.
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[audio]Michael Brownstein class - Part 1 - Brownstein, Michael
First half of the first meeting of a class on "Investigative poetics," including discussions on William Blake, Fascism, autocrats, and current politics. (Continued on 77p036.)
Downloads: 518
[audio]Michael Brownstein class - Part 2 - Brownstein, Michael
Second half of the first meeting of a class on "Investigative poetics," including discussions on Gregory Corso, Ed Sanders, cut-ups, underground science,Timothy Leary, General Electric light bulbs, IBM, and imagery. (Continued from 77p035.)
Downloads: 255
[audio]Michael Brownstein class on nineteenth century poetics, Baudelaire and history, December, 1981. - Brownstein, Michael
Michael Brownstein class on nineteenth century poetics focusing on Baudelaire. Brownstein discusses the age of revolution, the age of capitalism, the beginning of modern life, the French Revolution, new words, the 1848 springtime of peoples, Napoleon, the demise of craft, utopian revolution, commodity, investment and networking, open versus closed society, art for art's sake, Karl Marx on society, Bohemia, nation-state education, enforced happiness, and family...
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[audio]Michael Brownstein class, "Investigative poetics." - Brownstein, Michael
Second half of the first meeting of a class on "Investigative poetics," including discussions on Gregory Corso, Ed Sanders, cut-ups, underground science,Timothy Leary, General Electric light bulbs, IBM, and imagery. (Continued from 77p035.)
Downloads: 198
[audio]Michael Brownstein lecture July 2006 - Brownstein, Michael
This recording is the wrap-up on a Q and A session given by Tom Veitch and Michael Brownstein. Its contents discuss Carlos Castaneda; tribal influence, consciousness, and substance use, and writing technicalities such as writing schedules. It also contains a brief reading by Brownstein of Jet Set Melodrama.
Downloads: 175
[audio]Michael Brownstein reading July 1976. - Brownstein, Michael
Tape 3 of a 3 tape series. Features Michael Brownstein reading from his novel entitled Country Cousins. The series includes readings of his works from various genres including the short story, poem, and novel.
Downloads: 104
[audio]Michael McClure and Allen Ginsberg class, Card games, June, 1976. - Ginsberg, Allen; McClure, Michael
A "Visiting poetics" class by Michael McClure in June, 1976. McClure teaches "word deck exercises" and gives the class an assignment involving William Blake's song "The tyger." A class discussion about the exercises follows.
Downloads: 332
[audio]Michael McClure and Steven Taylor performance, June, 1999. - McClure, Michael; Taylor, Steven
A Michael McClure and Steven Taylor performance. McClure reads from his book Huge Dreams and performs Zen poems with musical accompaniment by Steven Taylor.
Downloads: 321
[audio]Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater, July, 1989. - McClure, Michael
Second half of a Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater. He discusses the relationship between plays and poetry, his concept of "beast language" and his own plays, "The feast," "The beard" and "Josephine the mouse singer." (Continued from 89P133)
Downloads: 283
[audio]Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater, July, 1989. - McClure, Michael
First half of a Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater. He discusses the relationship between plays and poetry, his concept of "beast language" and his own plays, "The feast," "The beard" and "Josephine the mouse singer." (Continues on 89P134)
Downloads: 312
[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 1 June 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, June 1978. McClure introduces the students to a method of poetic composition called a "spider," involving dividing one hundred words basic to one's life, under the headings of the five senses. After describing the exercise, student s write their own spiders and discuss them. This is class 1 of 5.
Downloads: 118
[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 3 July 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, July 1978. McClure begins by pointing to a language of crisis in a sonnet by Keats and by Shelley, discussing the "systemless system" of a two-year old girl and of poetry, and describing Keats' notion of negative capability. Students read exercises in which a deck of words provides the vocabulary of a poem, and McClure gives a new assignment, to put together a word deck that creates a biographical portrait...
Downloads: 91
[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 4 July 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, July 1978. Michael McClure continues his series of workshops focusing on exercises that make use of decks of cards with words on them. In this class, McClure discusses his invented "beast language," relates a story about making a boxing poster of Jean Harlowe and Billy the Kid, and briefly discusses Rimbaud and Lorca before working with the word decks. This is class 4 of 5.
Downloads: 53
[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 5 July 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, July 1978. McClure concludes his series of classes with exercises that use the word deck to create stories. In addition to asking the students to read and discuss each other's word deck stories, McClure discusses Byron's "Don Juan," Burroughs' cut-up method, Mallarme's poem "Throw of the dice," and warns that the word deck exercise is too simple to generate poetry by itself...
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[audio]Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, June 1978. - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, June 1978. In his second class, McClure asks students to tell jokes and engage in conversation using the poetry deck they created in the first class. McClure then leads the students in a sonnet exercise, discussing the history of the sonnet in Italian and English. This is class 2 of 5.
Downloads: 104
[audio]Michael Palmer lecture, Bad to the bone: What I learned outside, June, 2002. - Palmer, Michael
A lecture by Michael Palmer exploring translation and its aesthetic implications. The title refers to writers who refuse to submit to an authoritarian poetic or political reality. Palmer discusses Arthur Rimbaud, Herman Melville, Stephane Mallarme, Friedrich Holderlin ,Octavio Paz and Paul Celan. The lecture concludes with a brief question and answer session.
Downloads: 514
[audio]Michael Palmer, Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorris reading, June, 2002. - McMorris, Mark; Nguyen, Hoa; Palmer, Michael
First half of a Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorriss and Michael Palmer. Each writer reads a selection of their work, including "The Trang sisters" by Nguyen, "A Poem for the love of women" by McMorris," and "Sun" by Michael Palmer. (Continues on 02P014)
Downloads: 442
[audio]Michael Palmer, Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorris reading, June, 2002. - Palmer, Michael
Second half of a Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorriss and Michael Palmer. Palmer reads "The metaphysician of Prague, autobiography 11" and "Burning deck," among others.(Continued from 02P013)
Downloads: 234
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